Effect of human activity on climate change is insignificant

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gaffo
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Re: Walker

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Walker wrote: Tue Jul 16, 2019 12:15 am
henry quirk wrote: Sun Jul 14, 2019 6:50 pm A fella with the net-moniker Eratosthenes wrote...

They think “journalists” actually do journalism, and “climate scientists” actually do climate science. This is why the divide exists, is so wide & deep, and is getting worse. You can explain to them until you’re blue in the face, your own personal story of how you came to suspect “climate change” might have more to do with politics than science (or how "journalism" might have more to do with politics than reporting). And you won’t get through, not because they’re disagreeing with you, but because they cannot understand how something might possibly be different from what it represents itself to be.

...he's right on the money.

Debate on this subject, and many others, is pointless. And: when it all comes to a head, nobody is gonna be talkin' anyway.
Global warming morons with unconstitutional regulatory authority do affect everyone's pocketbook.
You ok with "free market" - so when Byscane Bay billionaires call for a bailout (and a pail to bailout the water from their seashore homes) - gonna give it to them? or tell them to pound sand.

most of Miami will be lost to the sea, as well as most of Houston seaside metro (Bayshore/Baytown/etc), New Orleans, etc.........

by 2150 it will be a done deal
gaffo
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Re: Walker

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henry quirk wrote: Tue Jul 16, 2019 7:53 pm "the country is too big for civil war"

Sez who?

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"the vested interests at the trough are too deep"

They're the opposition: let's git 'em.

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"those interests have protected themselves well since Lincoln took office and raised hell with the office workers."

They gotta eat, same as anyone...hard to do that when the food producers, haulers, sellers are pointin' guns at you.

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"what real cost to huge swaths of the population"

Same as always: death, misery.

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"would any kind of survival be possible for the victors?"

Depends on which sides wins, yeah?
dream on....American standard of living has been falling since 72, and too many are ignorant and apathic (too fixated on their iphones).

there will be no revolution. just a continued slide to 2d world living - aka the next Mexico.

it happened to other empires, this time its our turn and their ain't shit we can do about it and most of us are too ignorant/defeated in spirit to lift a finger in protest.............oh wait i gotta check out my new phone app.
Walker
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Re: Effect of human activity on climate change is insignificant

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It’s all about the clouds.
https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/ ... arming.php

“Actual science is winning over 'climate science.’”
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Re: Effect of human activity on climate change is insignificant

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gaffo wrote: Sun Jul 21, 2019 4:30 am so ya, you are full of it.
Another one who can't separate concepts from the personal.

Climate changed before man.
Climate changes during man.
Climate will change after man.

This is not because of mankind’s activities on the earf, so keep your hands out of my pocket.
Impenitent
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Re: Effect of human activity on climate change is insignificant

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the poles melting will cause the seas to rise...

the ice melting in your beverage will cause your drink to overflow from the brim of your cup...

but, but socialism!!!

"you say you want a revolution..."

-Imp
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Re: Effect of human activity on climate change is insignificant

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Climate change is insignificant or significant based on one's political viewpoint, despite the scientific analyses which demonstrates its significance. Take a look around....icebergs melting, etc.
Belinda
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Re: Effect of human activity on climate change is insignificant

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Walker wrote: Tue Jul 23, 2019 2:21 pm
gaffo wrote: Sun Jul 21, 2019 4:30 am so ya, you are full of it.
Another one who can't separate concepts from the personal.

Climate changed before man.
Climate changes during man.
Climate will change after man.

This is not because of mankind’s activities on the earf, so keep your hands out of my pocket.
This much I agree with , Walker. I like your god's eye perspective. Compared with the enormous duration of this universe the effects of man's activities are tiny. It will all matter not a bit in the long run.You are maybe not a practical man ,but your philosophy is good.
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Re: Effect of human activity on climate change is insignificant

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Like Mac says, glad to help.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mIjqzjZpiw

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Re: Effect of human activity on climate change is insignificant

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Ramu wrote: Wed Jul 24, 2019 12:53 pm Climate change is insignificant or significant based on one's political viewpoint, despite the scientific analyses which demonstrates its significance. Take a look around....icebergs melting, etc.
The Science-Is-Settled-Folks are not scientific.
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Re: Effect of human activity on climate change is insignificant

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Walker wrote: Wed Jul 24, 2019 2:57 pm Like Mac says, glad to help.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mIjqzjZpiw

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But your philosophy is no good it's dangerously insufficient and simplistic . You may indeed have a gods' eye view of the duration of our universe. But you are not a god but a man who stands to suffer with the rest of us. People who are so impractical they cannot understand climate change scare me. Such people would not matter if they were small men with small powers. But such men as you seem to be are now powerful politicians.
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Re: Effect of human activity on climate change is insignificant

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Effect of Walker's views on thinking people is insignificant
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Re: Effect of human activity on climate change is insignificant

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Walker wrote: Wed Jul 24, 2019 3:11 pmThe Science-Is-Settled-Folks are not scientific.
Uh huh. So your claim that the "Effect of human activity on climate change is insignificant" is not scientific.
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Re: Effect of human activity on climate change is insignificant

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Atla wrote: Thu Jul 25, 2019 9:21 am Effect of Walker's views on thinking people is insignificant
But thinking people are seldom the power elite.
Walker
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Re: Effect of human activity on climate change is insignificant

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Atla wrote: Thu Jul 25, 2019 9:21 am Effect of Walker's views on thinking people is insignificant
From God-like to insignificant.

How far and fast the fall.

Boo hoo. :(
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Re: Effect of human activity on climate change is insignificant

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uwot wrote: Thu Jul 25, 2019 9:28 am
Walker wrote: Wed Jul 24, 2019 3:11 pmThe Science-Is-Settled-Folks are not scientific.
Uh huh. So your claim that the "Effect of human activity on climate change is insignificant" is not scientific.
“If I* was trying to get to Redbud** I sure as hell wouldn’t start from here***.”

* Humanity
** Unchanging climate
*** Planet Earf
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